• Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture
  • Agriculture: A priority for sustainable development in the Americas

Agroindustry

Press

  • IICA warns of the negative impact of falling coffee prices and urges governments and the private sector to find solutions

    Millions of coffee-farming families are unable to cover production costs, overcome debts, maintain employment levels or tend to their crops with the minimum investment required for farming. The Director General of IICA urged the coffee agroindustrial chain and governments to commit to identifying consistent solutions.

  • Coffee growing

    IICA warns of the negative impact of falling coffee prices and urges governments and the private sector to find solutions

  • MOU Signing

    Partnering to improve productivity and environmental sustainability for small-holder farmers

  • Agroindustry

    Bayer-IICA Agreement will promote food security and sustainable development in agriculture

  • Bioeconomy

    IICA seeks to create awareness about bioeconomy in Belize

Events

  • Technical forum

    Tools for international agricultural trade in the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean

  • Dialogue

    The Future of Agri-food Trade in the Northern Region: The Voice of the Producers

  • Technical Forum

    WTO and WTO-IICA Reference Centers: Information Services for Latin America and the Caribbean

Course opening ceremony

08/09/2017

SPS Cariforum Training Videos - Fishery Products Laboratory Testing

The SPS project is one component of the 10th EDF SPS Programme titled: "Support to the Caribbean Forum of ACP States in the implementation of the Commitments Undertaken under the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA)".

The outcomes of the SPS Project are intended to increase production and trade in agriculture and fisheries which meet international standards while protecting plant,animal and human health and the environment. 

The initiative is implemented by  IICA in collaboration with other institutions and it is funded by the EU.

Audio

  • Con el Plan Nacional de Cacao 2018-2028, Costa Rica busca impulsar esta agrocadena,  bajo criterios de sostenibilidad y con una distribución más equitativa de los beneficios entre los actores involucrados. Conocemos los pormenores de esta iniciativa. Bajar cuña

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